Maria Matarelli (@MariaMatarelli on twitter) returns to talk workaholism with host Craig Price. Craig’s hesitation to participate in the new martyrdom of “being busy” is explored as Maria defines hard work vs. workaholism. The two talk about how working too long, too often can destroy relationships, cause health problems and in some extreme instances, increased income (we told you Craig isn’t 100% on board). They show that working smarter is always preferred over working harder. Maria’s book “Workaholic? A 12-Step Guide to Having a Life and Getting Things Done” is a great start on the road to recovery. Consider this podcast an intervention for those who just can’t relax and must fill their lives with work.
Learn more about Maria at http://mariamatarelli.com and order the book at http://workaholicbook.com
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David Dye (@DavidMDye on twitter) talks with host Craig Price about the importance of proper leadership communication. David’s new book “7 Things Your Team Needs To Hear You Say” covers many of the issues with today’s leaders and how they can lead more effectively. Craig and David cover a lot of ground that includes: Fear as is a poor yet popular tactic that usually only gets the least amount of effort acceptable, Craig getting robbed at gunpoint and why leaders need to humanize themselves instead of setting themselves above their employees.
In The Seven Things Your Team Needs to Hear You Say, David shares practical and encouraging leadership communication tools you can use to cultivate engaged, responsible, and results-oriented teams. Whether you’re a new front-line leader, a small business owner, or a veteran manager, The Seven Things Your Team Needs to Hear You Say will inspire you to inspire your team. You don’t need buckets of charisma – they just need to hear you say these seven things.
You can learn more about David at http://www.trailblazeinc.com
I have always appreciated fear. Fear does many things: It motivates, it keeps things in check, it stops you from doing stupid things, and it can show that you care. Yet, most people see fear (especially when seen in others) as weakness. This is not accurate; fear is a natural response for …
Lisa Giesler tries to organize the mess that is Craig’s head in the latest podcast. While discussing personal and professional organization, dealing with clutter and setting up file systems at work, Lisa must deal with Craig’s tangential talk of why New Orleans residents drink (Spoiler: it’s the heat!) how his wife reacts to his own brand of organization and why it might be best to lie to relatives.
Learn more about Lisa at http://www.atimeandplace4.com
This week Craig talks with productivity expert, keynote speaker and business mentor Neen James. Neen also defends Australia from Craig’s fears of poisonous animals, talks about life in the speaking profession as well as how she made the transition from native Aussie to new American resident.
Learn more about Neen at her website http://www.neenjames.com.